QiiQ brings in low rate calls

Canadian-based company QiiQ Communications and its affiliate, Airvenue, are showcasing their latest VoIP (voice over internet protocol)-based solutions at this week’s Gitex.

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By  Caroline Denslow Published  September 25, 2005

Canadian-based company QiiQ Communications and its affiliate, Airvenue, are showcasing their latest VoIP (voice over internet protocol)-based solutions at this week’s Gitex. QiiQ designs, develops, produces, markets, and supports VoIP-based products and solutions and supplies complete lines of fixed wireless, GSM gateways and satellite equipment and installation including satellite transport and internet access services, in worldwide markets. At the event, the company is demonstrating solutions for building a wireless IP infrastructure and for providing managed services, such as wireless access to the internet in hotspots or “hot zones”, low-cost international telephone calls by IP telephony, video-on-demand and movie broadcasts over wireless IP network, and IP radio, which enables live radio broadcast to a locality from any radio station anywhere in the world in real time. “A wireless IP infrastructure built in a space with no existing infrastructure for communication can bring about a world of difference for human creativity and business possibilities,” says Carl Teo, president, Airvenue. “The ease of connecting and disconnecting wireless devices as business demands gives organisations a reliable, scalable and easy-to-integrate facility for enhancing productivity and cost reduction. It enables an individual to access resources and obtain information and to communicate with others as and when the need arises,” Teo adds. Also at the show, QiiQ is introducing to Gitex visitors a telephone call service that dramatically reduces the call rates for international calls. The Globocal Service is a subscription-based service that uses an IP-based international direct dial facility. Subscribers are assigned a Globocal number, which is a unique telephone number that they can use to make IP calls. The service is available to both broadband subscribers and dial-up access clients. With the Globocal Service, subscribers can receive unlimited number of calls from anywhere in the world at no additional charge; make local and international calls through the Ecocarrier service platform at greatly reduced rates; and access to personal voice mail services and multiple-party call conference services at low service rates.

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